Chattanooga jihad mass murderer Muhammad Abdulazeez’s father, Youssuf Abdullazeez, was appointed as a “special policeman” for Chattanooga’s Department of Public Works in March 2005, according to the Times Free Press.
And yet the NY Times is reporting that his father was under investigation years ago as part of a foreign terrorist organization.
This speaks to how confused and clueless law enforcement is concerning the jihad threat. One the one hand, Abdulazeez’s father is appointed a “special policeman,” and on the other hand, he was under investigation for ties to a jihad terror organization. Obama’s prohibition on jihad and Islam from counter terror programs and materials is ridiculous and incoherent.
The gunman was not on the government’s radar, but law enforcement officials said that Mr. Abdulazeez’s father had been under investigation several years ago for possible ties to a foreign terrorist organization. At one point, a law enforcement official said that the father was on a terrorist watch list and was questioned while on a trip abroad but that he was eventually removed from the list. The official cautioned that the investigation of the father was old and did not generate any information on the son. Via: Pamela Gellar
According to the UK Daily Mail: The Muslim murderer of four US Marines came from an abusive and violent home where his mother was physically and verbally abused by her husband.
Court documents obtained by Daily Mail Online reveal that Muhammad Youssuf Abdulazeez was also victim of beatings by his father that were carried out ‘without provocation or justification.’
The Kuwaiti born gunman was caught up in the messy divorce in his senior year at high school in 2009.
The documents reveal that his father Youssuf Saed Abdulazeez also told his wife of 28 years he was going to take a second wife as it was permitted under Islamic law.
Investigators are trying to build a picture of what caused a seemingly ‘all American boy’ turn into a killer who targeted the US military. Abdulazeez, a naturalized US citizen, died after Chattanooga police converged on his silver Mustang convertible outside a Naval Reserve center where the four victims were killed.
Over 24 hours after the shooting US authorities said no links have yet been found to the ISIS terror group who have called for ‘lone wolf attacks’ on US soil. FBI agents removed computers from the killer’s home and two of his sisters were led out in handcuffs.
Authorities in Chattanooga are treating the killings as a domestic terror incident.
The divorce complaint was filed by Mohammad’s mother Rasmia in February 2009 at the Hamilton County courthouse in Chattanooga.
The petition – which laid bare the abuse she suffered at the hands of her husband – was later settled.
In the seven page complaint Rasmia alleged that her husband had been guilty of ‘inappropriate conduct’ and said he had beaten her so severely that she was forced to seek refuge in a women’s shelter.
The mother of five also claimed that the beatings took place in front of the children and her 57 year old husband had sexually assaulted her when the children were present.
Rasmia alleged that her husband told her he intended to take a second wife ‘as permitted under certain circumstances under Islamic Law, in the parties’ native state of Palestine.’
She alleged he had been physically and verbally abusive to the children ‘striking and berating them without provocation or justification.’
Via: UK Daily Mail